Size: Standard Vintage 3 1/2 x 5 1/2
Publisher: Raphael Tuck & Sun
Print Year: Early 1940s (estimate)
Series: Sepia Photogravure Series No. 2748
Special Features: Tuck
Place/Subject/Quote: From Back "Broomielaw. In 1651 the Clyde is said to have been Ferdable (?) at the Broomielaw and no vessel of any burden could com nearer than 14 miles from the city. All that is changed. Where it was once overgrown with Broom, the bustling quay of the Broomielaw is now crowded with vessels and bristling with funnels (?) and there Campbell Sang 'My native Clyde. thy once romantic shore.' One of the most remarkable sights is now the Broomielaw--the harbour of Glasgow."
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Antique Postcard Glasgow Broomielaw - Raphael Tuck - Sepia - 1940s
- Vintage handmade item from the 1940s
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